Thursday, October 20, 2016

Lunch And Learn: Bullying In The Workplace

Dr. Jackie Hood
Join us as Anderson School of Management's Dr. Jacqueline Hood discusses workplace bullying. Workplace bullying is defined as repeated, malicious, and health-endangering mistreatment of an employee by one or more other employees. Workplace bullying has been associated with negative outcomes for the individual being bullied and for the organization in which such actions take place. This talk will discuss the nature, frequency, and costs of workplace bullying in the context of an organization’s culture, ethical culture, and organizational moral development. Ways that organizations can and should deal with this increasingly common behavior will be proposed.

The event takes place on Monday, November 14, 12:30 p.m. to 1:30 p.m. in GSM Room 302 and is sponsored by UNM’s Student Center for the Public Trust.

RSVP to to be included in the lunch count.

14th Annual Scholarship Reception

Anderson School of Management's Fourteenth Annual Scholarship Reception honors both those students who have excelled academically and the generosity of the donors who make the scholarships possible. Scholars and their families will have an opportunity to thank their donors personally on Friday, November 4, in Ballroom C of the Student Union Building.

Special thanks to Scholarship Committee organizers Mary Cromer and Ann Brooks for their hard work and service to Anderson scholarship winners.

10th Annual Parker Family-Owned Business Symposium

Dr. Sherri Noxel is the scheduled keynote speaker at the 10th Annual Parker Family-Owned Business Symposium taking place on October 21, 2016 at Sandia Resort & Casino. Dr. Noxel is the Director of the Austin Family Business Program at Oregon State University where she teaches Family Business Management and a ten-week course that focuses on the opportunities and the problems characteristic of family businesses.

For more information about the event and to obtain tickets, please click HERE.

Anderson Halloween Party!


2 + 1 + 2 Program Kicks Off

CNM and UNM Presidents Kathie Winograd and Robert Frank sign the 2+1+2 agreement as innovationAcademy Program Director Rob DelCampo looks on.

The UNM innovationAcademy (iA), in partnership with The University of New Mexico (UNM) and Central New Mexico Community College (CNM) today announced a program that provides an unexpected and expedited pathway to a graduate degree.
The new 2+1+2 program offers students the opportunity to transition from an Associate’s Degree, through a Bachelor of Liberal Arts degree and into a Master’s of Business Administration in a total of 5 years. Not only does it give students a more efficient and faster path through all three degrees, but also offers unique and important features that help ease the transitions between degrees.
Read the full article in UNM News HERE.

Ale Veltmann To Speak At Convocation

Alejandra Veltmann is a graduate of Anderson's class of 1992, earning her BBA in Accounting with a GPA of 4.0 as well as acting as commencement speaker.  After graduation she joined the international accounting firm of Arthur Andersen in Albuquerque, and later transferred to Houston in 1995, when she joined KPMG LLP, another Big 4 accounting firm.  After 10 years in public accounting, she began her consulting career in the role as CFO for clients in various industries, including manufacturing, distribution, residential construction, financial institutions, and oil and gas services.  A native of Mexico City and with a Spanish fluency of business terminology and culture, she dealt with accounting issues for multinational entities, and provided training of client executives from Mexico, Canada, Costa Rica, Colombia, Dominican Republic, Spain and China.  Ale left the financial services industry to hold financial management positions, including controller for a $2 billion publicly held oil & gas services company.  She currently serves as Vice President and Chief Accounting Officer of Paragon Offshore, a publicly held global offshore drilling company.

Ale is a member of the Texas Society of Certified Public Accountants and has served as board member, treasurer and finance committee chair for the Women’s Business Enterprise Alliance in Houston, and board member of a private oil & gas service company.  She is also an active supporter and a volunteer translator for a women’s non-profit organization.  She likes running, loves music, enjoys playing the piano when no one can hear her play, and loves to spend time playing golf with her family.

Anderson School of Management's Convocation takes place on Saturday, December 17, at 2:00 p.m. at Johnson Gym. All are invited.

Tuesday, September 27, 2016

Entrepreneurship Bootcamp

Bootcamps are opportunities for students to learn hands-on from successful entrepreneurs about various aspects of planning the start and operation of their venture. Each bootcamp introduces you to a progressive building block that is important to the successful development of your business plan venture. You will also have the opportunity to meet with fellow student entrepreneurs and grow your professional network.

A Startup Feasibility Entrepreneurship Boot Camp will be presented on Friday, September 30, from 9:30 a.m. to 11:30 a.m. in the UNM SUB (Mirage/Thunderbird).  Anderson's Dr. Sul Kassicieh will discuss how an aspiring UNM student entrepreneur can determine if his or her commercial or technology-based idea is qualified to reach consumer or industry markets through repeat business. Dr. Kassicieh will lead students through a hands-on discussion on structuring a new venture that can sustain itself and be growth-oriented, or scalable. Professor Todd Quinn, UNM Business Librarian, will feature market research tools.


Roomy Khan To Speak At UNM

Roomy Khan has over 20 years of combined professional experience in the technology industry and Wall Street. She was intimately involved in the Galleon Group insider trading case, one of the biggest insider trading cases ever successfully prosecuted by the U.S. government. She cooperated with the federal government for over 6 years during which she expounded the mechanics of the financial industry, various conduits of information and ultimately testified in federal court. She was personally charged with wire fraud and insider trading for which she served 1 year in a federal prison in Coleman, Florida. She was recently featured on 60 Minutes. She will be telling her story and the lessons learned.

The event takes place on Friday, October 14, 2016 from 12:00 p.m. to 1:00 p.m. in the Kiva Classroom.


Grant Awarded To Anderson's Nick Flor

Congratulations to Anderson Professor Nick Flor, who is a co-Principal Investigator on the grant "SNM: Scalable Surface Corrugation of Silicon Surfaces for Enhanced Light Trapping in Solar Cells" recently awarded by the National Science Foundation (NSF) to the University of New Mexico (Sang E. Han, Nick Flor, Peter Schunk, Steven Brueck).  The estimated award total is one million dollars.

The project combines fundamental research on creating efficient, lightweight solar photovoltaics, with interactive immersive visualizations that raise social awareness about alternative energy.

The abstract of the grant can be found HERE, and the complete UNM article can be read HERE. Congratulations to Dr. Flor and all the award winners!

Lisa Beauchene Recruiting Overseas

Lisa Beauchene, UNM Anderson's graduate student recruiter, has been working hard to "get the word out" to potential students. She is currently on a school tour of India through UNM's Global Education Office. Here is a picture of her interacting with a group of students teaching them the "Everyone's a Lobo" cheer!

UNM Partners With Chinese Universities

Beijing Institute of Technology, Zhuhai
UNM Anderson Dean Craig White and Professor Robert Luo recently completed a trip to China. They visited the Beijing Institute of Technology, Zhuhai, the Southern China University of Technology, and Dongguan University. They were invited by the Beijing Institute of Technology, Zhuhai (BITZ) to attend the "high-table dinner" in honor of the class of freshmen entering the new collaborative program between BITZ and the Anderson School of Management. The initial freshman cohort is 72 students. These students will study for three years at BITZ before completing their BITZ degree at Anderson in their fourth year. All of the classes at BITZ will be taught in English. They will also be coming to UNM to study English language and other classes during the summers. The students will then apply to Anderson's graduate program under the usual admission requirements.

Over time, there will likely be many chances to benefit from these relationships. The Pearl Delta area is one of the most important export/import locations in China. These schools are all strategically located in this area.

Anderson Recognized By U.S. News And World Report

UNM Anderson School of Management was recognized by U.S. News and World Report for the first time in its national list of business schools. 

10th Annual Parker Center For Family Business Symposium

Jody Giles Presenting In McKinnon Distinguished CEO Lecture Series

Joseph (Jody) D. Giles is the founder and CEO of Exhort Advisors, a consulting company that provides services in leadership, technology, IT strategy, and career coaching.  Jody calls it “a different kind of consulting company.”

On Monday, October 17, 2016 Jody Giles will present Why Artists Are Essential for Business Success as part of the McKinnon Distinguished CEO Lecture Series. Jody will share what he has learned about leadership and entrepreneurship while working with some of the most notable and fastest growing brands in the world. Most recently he worked at Under Armour as the company’s first CIO.  In his role he was instrumental in growing the company from private to public and from $200M to $3B in 10 years.  Jody also worked at Paramount Pictures, Virgin Interactive Entertainment, Vans, and began his IT career at Southern California Gas Company.
Jody has a diverse and successful background in culture and technology leadership and believes in leading with compassion and inspiration. He says that philosophy helps him be a good mentor, coach, and teacher, both one-on-one and in public forums.
Jody proudly graduated with honors from the University of New Mexico with a degree in Business Computer Systems and earned his MBA, with distinction, from Pepperdine University.  He is a popular keynote speaker at industry conferences and a guest lecturer at universities.

The Anderson School of Management is proud to welcome Jody back to UNM through the McKinnon Distinguished CEO Lecture Series.  The presentation is open and free to the public but reservations are required.  RSVPs can be made online at or by contacting Felicia Rodriquez at 505.277.1504 or by email at
The reception at WisePies Arena aka “The Pit” begins at 5:00 p.m. at the US Bank Suite/Club Level followed by the lecture at 6:00 p.m. WisePies Arena is located at 1111 University Blvd SE in Albuquerque.

The McKinnon Distinguished CEO Lecture Series was created in 2010 by Anderson alum Sonnet McKinnon and her husband D. Ian McKinnon as an expression of their commitment to UNM and the Anderson School.  The endowed lecture series is held annually to provide a glimpse into the minds of successful entrepreneurs and business leaders.

Business Plan Competition Winners

L-R: Business Plan Competition Winners FormaPop and Karuna Colectiva
The University of New Mexico's Business Plan Competition strives to turn students into entrepreneurs. This year's event was notable in several respects:  not only did more sponsors contribute to the prize pool, raising the total prize amount from $75,000 to $87,000, but for the first time UNM signed a memorandum of understanding with Central New Mexico Community College, partnering with CNM to open the competition up to CNM students.

The competition runs on two tracks: technological, utilizing intellectual property developed by UNM or CNM students or from Sandia National Labs, Los Alamos National Labs, or STC.UNM; and entrepreneurial, a generalist startup competition that does not involve intellectual property. Six technological and twelve entrepreneurial teams competed for six prizes on each track.

This year's top technological prize went to FormaPop. FormaPop's team members Antonio Gutierrez, Scott McFall, and Aundre Huynh have developed an innovative baby bottle attachment that helps the mother by making feeding easier. The bottle's cap contains built-in formula storage for convenience on the go.

The top entrepreneurial prize went to Karuna Colectiva, conceived by Henry “Jake” Foreman.
Karuna Colectiva is a pop-up workshop where students work, learn, earn and apply what they learn from the Cycles of Life learning tools through market-based education.

Congratulations to all winners and participants!

Xin Luo Editorial and Panel Appointments

Dr. Xin (Robert) Luo has recently been appointed Editor in Chief for the International Journal of Information and Computer Security beginning April 1, 2016. He was also invited to be a National Science Foundation Expert Review Panelist for a Secure and Trust Cybersecurity taking place in Washington, D.C. Only 10 scholars are invited to this social science security panel.

Congratulations, Robert!

BBA Degree to Now Require 120 Hours

The Anderson School of Management is excited to announce that effective fall 2016, the BBA program will require 120 total hours. Specifically, the reduction of the BBA degree from 128 hours to 120 hours was accomplished in the following manner:

1.Elimination of 2 hours of free electives
2.Elimination of 6 hours of Social & Behavioral Sciences electives taking the area from 15 hours to 9 hours

An updated preadmission checklist can be found here. Please note that students who apply to be considered for fall 2016 admission to the BBA program will follow the curriculum as outlined in the 2016-2017 catalog. For more information, please contact your advisor using the BBA Advisor Directory:

Thursday, March 31, 2016

NCAIED Awards Jaye Francis As Volunteer Of The Year

The National Center for American Indian Enterprise Development has recently recognized Anderson Center for Indigenous Development Coordinator Jaye Francis as its Volunteer of the Year.

Jaye was praised for the time, energy and resources that she has devoted to the advancement of the National Center and its mission of advancing the American Indian business sector and tribal economies.

Jaye was honored at the Center's 30th Annual National Reservation Economic Summit in Las Vegas.

Congratulations, Jaye!

Tuesday, March 29, 2016

IBSG Students Headed To Clinton Global Initiative University

UNM students from International Business Students Global (IBSG) are heading to the Clinton Global Initiative University (CGI U) conference to gain support for the World Folk Art Movement Project.

CGI U was founded in 2007 by President Clinton with the focus on engaging the next generation of leaders on college campuses around the world. Over 1,000 students will come together for CGI U 2016 at the University of California, Berkeley from April 1-3, 2016 to concentrate on making a difference in CGI U's five focus areas: Education, Environment and Climate Change, Peace and Human Rights, Poverty Alleviation, and Public Health.

IBSG's commitment to action is to bring folk art to the Olympic Games to share the stage of excellence and global culture. IBSG’s objective is to promote the value art as a driver of cultural preservation and economic and social development. Holding a folk art market at the Olympic Games would provide opportunities for artists to share their stories and market their products. The folk art market would additionally showcase the direct parallels between art and athletics’ abilities to transcend national borders.
IBSG is looking for students with an interest in folk art, marketing, social impact, or international relations to get involved in this exciting project. For more information, contact Sabrina Pickle at

Thomas Gutierrez Featured On UNM Proud

Anderson School of Management's Thomas Gutierrez, Student Technical Support Center coordinator, was recently featured on UNM Proud, a website created to promote UNM’s students, staff, faculty and alumni in Albuquerque and across the United States. In the video below, Thomas discusses what drew him to the Anderson School as well as one of his favorite pastimes, bowling. 

The video can also be seen on Thomas' UNM Proud page.

Congratulations, Thomas!

Daniels Fund Initiative Workshop

The seventh annual University of New Mexico and New Mexico State University Daniels Fund Ethics Initiative Workshop will take place on April 28 and 29 at the La Posada Hotel and Spa in downtown Santa Fe. The event begins with the reception and dinner on April 28, and the workshop runs all day on Friday, April 29. The theme will be “Business as a Positive Force for Good.” There is no cost for attending for participation in this workshop, and meals are provided. The workshop program is significantly different from previous workshops and will focus more on challenges and resources in teaching and successfully integrating business ethics into programs.

For more information and to register, please contact Jennifer Sawayda.

Gouvea and Francis Book Forthcoming

UNM Anderson professor Raul Gouvea and Center for Indigenous Development coordinator Jaye Francis have collaborated on Indigenous Women Entrepreneurs of New Mexico:  Surpassing Barriers and Stereotypes, a book to be published by UNM Press. The book will showcase the experiences of Native women entrepreneurs in the state of New Mexico, consisting of first-person accounts detailing how their businesses began and what it took to make them thrive. A brief article on the book was published in the Albuquerque Business First and can be found HERE.

Congratulations to Raul and Jaye!

Manuel Montoya On New Mexico's Creative Economy

UNM Anderson Assistant Professor Manuel Montoya was recently featured on KUNM discussing creative economic growth in New Mexico. The program also featured Senator Tom Udall, Warren Montoya of Rezilience Indigenous Arts Experience, and other members of New Mexico's dynamic creative community. For more information and to listen to the program, please click HERE

Scholarships Available For Accounting Students

The Institute of Internal Auditors Albuquerque Chapter is offering scholarship awards. The purpose of the scholarship program is to assist students in realizing their educational and career objectives in fields related to the Internal Audit profession through formal education at an accredited college or university. For eligibility and application information, please click below the cut.

Anderson Hosts All Pueblo Council of Governors

Anderson School of Management recently hosted the meeting of the All Pueblo Council of Governors. After President Frank welcomed the group, Dean Craig White and EPEC director Audrey Arnold overviewed the programs available at Anderson including undergraduate and graduate degrees, the EMBA, and certificate and custom programs.

The governors and other attendees enjoyed the opportunity to hold the meeting at Anderson and expressed their support for UNM, interest in the EMBA and other programs, and desire to keep their activities in New Mexico rather than reaching out to out-of-state schools. More information about the Council can be found here: http://

UNM SBI Teams Win National Awards

Student team leaders Jarred Panger and Alex Mansfield
Congratulations to students from the Anderson School of Management for earning top prizes at the Small Business Institute’s Project of the Year competition in New Orleans. 

Anderson students earned two third place honors after competing against more than 75 SBI teams from across the nation in three different project categories at both the graduate and undergraduate levels.  The awards included a student team guided by Dr. Dimitri Kapelianis and student team leader, Alex Mansfield, who took third place honors in the Graduate/Specialized category for their project developing a strategic marketing plan for Explora! Science Center and Children’s Museum in Albuquerque.  This is the third year in a row that Dr. Kapelianis’ student teams have won national awards. 

“I have found my experience collaborating with the UNM SBI to be deeply rewarding,” said Dr. Kapelianis.  “Everyone benefits.  My students acquire practical skills by working with local businesses and non-profits on important strategic challenges. Our local client organizations benefit when Anderson MBA students bring a fresh perspective and keen insight to their business plans. And the experience keeps my teaching grounded in the practical realities of marketing strategy.”
The second UNM award was a third place finish in the Graduate/Comprehensive category. The student team project for American Realty was guided by Adjunct Professor Holly Hitzemann and led by student team leader Jarred Panger.  Professor Hitzemann says the SBI program provides students real-world training for their future careers through this unique experiential learning opportunity. 

UNM SBI director Stacy Sacco says working with the SBI is a unique opportunity for local businesses. “Participating firms receive in-depth business consulting for nearly four months and a professional, scalable business plan to guide their future,” says Sacco. 

Since the founding of UNM SBI in 1978, it has assisted more than 700 businesses, including start-ups, expanding businesses, nonprofit organizations and family enterprises.  Every semester, 15-20 student teams comprised of 3-5 students are guided by a UNM Anderson faculty member to work with local client businesses and assist them with strategic planning, financial analyses and marketing research studies.  To find out more about UNM SBI go to:

Tuesday, March 8, 2016

Hall of Fame 2016

L: Hall of Fame Honorees Ian and Sonnet McKinnon, Deena Crawley, Janet McHard, Bridgit Lujan, Robert Sachs, Lee Trussell, Valerie Almanzar, John Benavidez, Dean Craig White. R: Dennis Snyder and John Garcia raise funds.

The 27th Annual UNM Anderson Hall of Fame Awards Banquet & Fundraiser was an outstanding event, recognizing its notable honorees and raising much appreciated scholarship funds. Initial tallies indicate the event will net around $150,000 to support scholarships and increase the endowment that produces ongoing scholarship funds.

The outstanding Hall of Fame Honorees for the evening were:
Janet M. McHard, McHard Accounting Consulting LLC
Robert B. Sachs, TEAM Technologies Inc.
Lee Trussell, Advanced Manufacturing Analysis & Research Corp.

Young Alumni Honorees were:
Valerie Almanzar, Keller Williams Realty
Deena Crawley, Dion's
Bridgit Luján, Dulce Flamenco Internacional Inc.

Sonnet and Ian McKinnon received the Distinguished Service Award. The McKinnons are the lead donors for the new Anderson building, which, once completed, will be known as the McKinnon Center for Management.

The Faculty Community Leadership Award honored Marketing Professor John Benavidez, who in addition to being a long-time faculty member is also an Anderson graduate.

Congratulations to all, and special thanks to Felicia Rodriquez for planning a wonderful event for all the attendees.

Boerigter Business Breakfast Lecture with Steven Kotler

Please join us with bestselling author, journalist, and entrepreneur, Steven Kotler.

His presentation called Climbing Mount Bold is based on his New York Times bestselling book Bold: How to Go Big, Create Wealth, and Impact the World. The publication discusses the exponential advancement of technology that enables upstart entrepreneurs to go from "I've got an idea" to "I run a billion-dollar company" faster than ever before. Kotler will explain how a shift in mindset can increase performance and ignite passion and he'll explore the mental tactics utilized by high performing organizations like Google and the Navy Seals. Bold was named one of the top 25 books read by corporate America in 2015 and President Bill Clinton called it "a visionary roadmap for people who believe they can change the world..."

The event takes place on Wednesday, March 30, 2016, 7:30 AM - 9:00 AM at the Albuquerque Country Club, 601 Laguna Blvd SW, Albuquerque, NM 87104.

The Boerigter Business Breakfast Program is a business lecture series sponsored by the Anderson School through the generosity of Sibilla and George Boerigter and SoundOff Signal. The series hosts business leaders from across the country to speak on topics of current interest. The series is offered at no cost to the business community.


Business Community Open House

On Friday, March 4, the Anderson School of Management hosted a Business Community Open House to showcase programs for professionals and businesses in the Albuquerque community. This open house was the first of its kind, featuring resources for professionals, managers, entrepreneurs, and everyone in between.
The Open House highlighted Anderson’s programs for the business community including:

Small Business Institute
Consulting Services
Career Services Office
Internships & Recruitment
Career & Professional Development
Customized Training Programs
Executive Education
Anderson Alumni Association
Parker Center for Family Business
Anderson Foundation Board
Business Plan Competition
GMAT & GRE Test Prep
Boerigter Business Breakfast Program Speaker Series

“One of the most enjoyable aspects of my position as dean is the opportunity to work both with Anderson faculty and members of the local business community,” Dean Craig White said. “I look forward to growing these relationships and see the open house as just one way to achieve this goal.”

Monday, March 7, 2016

Design Underway For Anderson's McKinnon Center of Management

The local firm of FBT Architects teamed with Boora Architects out of Portland, Oregon has been selected to design UNM’s McKinnon Center for Management at the Anderson School. The new 65,000 square foot building will be the new home of the business school and house state-of–the-art educational spaces and facilities to support collaboration and connections with the business world and disciplines across campus.

After a competitive process attracting architectural teams from across the country, UNM selected the FBT/Boora team to design the signature building for the McKinnon Center at Anderson School. This new building, to be executed as LEED Silver is phase one in a two-phase project to replace the current aging 1960 era building. When all phases are completed, UNM Anderson will have flexible facilities designed to meet the School's projected instructional office space and enrollment needs for decades to come. The FBT/Boora team has begun design for the new facility and is working closely with Anderson School and university personnel throughout the process. Construction is scheduled to begin in early 2017 with a target date for completion of Fall 2018/Spring 2019.

For more information, please click HERE.

Information about Graduate Programs

Anderson School of Management's Advisement Staff
Learn how an Anderson MBA, MACCT and MS-ISA can help advance your career, change your career or assume a leadership role!
Stop by Anderson School of Management's Advisement Center and talk to advisors who can steer you in the right direction.

UNM Student Entrepreneur Club

An enthusiastic group of students has re-launched the UNM Student Entrepreneur Club. Member benefits of participation include:

  • Networking with other students, local entrepreneurs and business investors
  • Connections to start-up advice, experts and mentors
  • Guest speakers
  • Ties to national network of student entrepreneur clubs
  • Leadership opportunities

Stacy Sacco is serving as Faculty Advisor, and Kenneth Street is the club's president.

Interested students may contact Kenneth at

Retail Management Students Help Revamp Whole Foods.

Whole Foods Store Leader Damien Garcia
This spring, Linda Shul's Retail Management class is taking part in the Academy/Wyoming Whole Foods renovation, including a tap room to be dubbed Sandia Saloon
Damien Garcia, Store Leader, has invited the class to be a part of developing the new concept.  So far, students in Retail Management have provided Albuquerque brewery research and unique menu items for consideration.  The students will also be helping with merchandising, inventory, layout and design, promotion, and more.

Jeff Bingaman To Speak At Commencement

Sen. Jeff Bingaman

Former New Mexico Attorney General and State Senator Jeff Bingaman is scheduled to deliver the keynote speech at Anderson School of Management's Spring convocation.

The Spring convocation is Saturday, May 14 at 4:00 p.m. in the Johnson Athletic Center. The public is invited.

Jeff Bingaman was born on October 3, 1943 and grew up in the southwestern New Mexico community of Silver City.  His father was a chemistry professor and chair of the science department at Western New Mexico University.  His mother taught in the public schools.

After graduating from Western (now Silver) High School in 1961, Jeff attended Harvard University and earned a Bachelor of Arts degree in government in 1965.  He then entered Stanford Law School where he met, and later married, fellow law student Anne Kovacovich.

Upon earning his law degree from Stanford in 1968, Jeff and Anne returned to New Mexico.  They have one son, John.

After law school Jeff spent one year as an assistant attorney general and eight years in private law practice in Santa Fe.  Jeff was elected Attorney General of New Mexico in 1978 and served four years in that position.  In 1982 he was elected to the United States Senate. 

He was re-elected to a fifth term in the Senate in 2006.  At the end of that term he chose not to seek re-election and completed his service in the Senate on January 3, 2013.

At the time of his retirement from the Senate he was Chairman of the Energy and Natural Resources Committee.  He also served on the Finance Committee, the Health, Education, Labor and Pensions Committee and the Joint Economic Committee.

In April of 2013 he began a year as a Distinguished Fellow with the Steyer-Taylor Center for Energy Policy and Finance at Stanford Law School.

Monday, January 25, 2016

Internship Fair

Anderson School of Management's Career Services will be holding an Internship Fair on Wednesday, January 27, from 11:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m. in the Jackson Student Center. This fair will help connect Anderson BBA and MBA students with employers from a variety of business disciplines who are offering internships.  The event is open to all Anderson students; professional dress is suggested.

Graduate Programs Open House

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Advisement Announces Changes For 2016

The Anderson Advisement and Career Services Center is excited to announce changes in advisement for the spring semester.  Undergraduate advisors will now see students from orientation to graduation based upon student last names.  The new alphabet distribution and speed advising hours are included below.  Also, we will be offering extended advisement hours on Wednesdays until 7:00 p.m. for undergraduate and graduate students! For more information, please click below.

2016 Hall Of Fame

The UNM Anderson School of Management Foundation Board will celebrate and honor its 2016 Hall of Fame Inductees on Thursday, March 3, 2016 at the Albuquerque Convention Center. This is the 27th year for the event that celebrates the best and brightest of our alumni, faculty and community leaders.

The outstanding Hall of Fame Honorees for the evening are:
Janet M. McHard, McHard Accounting Consulting LLC
Robert B. Sachs, TEAM Technologies Inc.
Lee Trussell, Advanced Manufacturing Analysis & Research Corp.

Young Alumni Honorees are:
Valerie Almanzar, Keller Williams Realty
Deena Crawley, Dion's
Bridgit Luján, Dulce Flamenco Internacional Inc.

Sonnet and Ian McKinnon will receive the Distinguished Service Award. The McKinnons are the lead donors for the new Anderson building, which, once completed, will be known as the McKinnon Center for Management. Preparations are well underway for the new facility and construction is scheduled to begin in early 2017.

The Faculty Community Leadership Award will honor Marketing Professor John Benavidez, who in addition to being a long-time faculty member is also an Anderson graduate.

Hall of Fame candidates are selected for their professional success, contribution to community, and their ongoing commitment to education. The Hall of Fame event begins at 6pm, followed by dinner and the induction ceremony at 7pm.

The theme of this year's Hall of Fame event is Building a Solid Foundation: One Scholarship at a Time. Proceeds from the event go to the Hall of Fame Scholarship Fund that supports Anderson students as they grow into the next generation of business and management leaders.

Corporate sponsorship opportunities are available ranging from an event sponsorship level of $10,000 to table sponsors at a cost of $2,500. Individual tickets are $250. For information, contact Emily Fox in the Anderson School Development Office at 505-277-7114 or

Business Plan Competition Seminar

Join us for an open discussion with Mark Fidel, President of RiskSense, Inc. on successfully managing the most important financial metrics of your startup venture.


Writing Assistance For Students

Public Speaking Assistance For Students